Come Home Year | Municipal Essentials

MNL has compiled resources to assist your Come Home Year 2022 preparations.

Get Come Home Year Logos

The province has created a Come Home Year logo that municipalities may use. For website or social media use, you can simply download the logo and use. If you’d like to place the logo on products, like a jacket or a mug, then you’ll need to get licensing permission from the province. You can find the forms and necessary information here.

On that page, you’ll also find the Come Home Year logo standards guide with logo download (pdf); inside the pdf, click on a logo to download it.

We’ve partnered with Twin City Imaging to bring you the best prices on promotional items. Contact them to discuss your options or to place an order.

Preferred Suppliers

Paint/Supplies

The Paint Shop 

Promotional Items/Gifts

Twin Cities Imaging Limited  has put together a package for municipalities looking to order Come Home Year branded clothing, hats, and bags. You can download a pricelist here. Ordering information is at the bottom of the pricelist. 

Flights

Provincial Airlines 

Hotel Discounts

St. John’s 

The Capital Hotel, Kenmount Road 

Jag Hotel, George Street West 

Holiday Inn, Portugal Cove Road

Gander 

Quality Inn 

Albatross 

Deer Lake 

Holiday Inn Express

Stephenville 

Days Inn, Queen Street 

Corner Brook 

Glynmill Inn, Cobb Lane 

Procurement

Our partnership with Canoe Procurement Group of Canada gives you access to the best prices from local suppliers without the need to go to tender. As an MNL member, you’re eligible for the program. Click here to get started, then tap the “MNL – Canoe Procurement Group – Purchasing” tab at the top of the page. 

Participating businesses include Staples Advantage, Grainger Canada, United Rentals, Kubota, plus many others. A full supplier directory is available here.  


Join us at the MNL 2022 Municipal Symposium in Gander, NL, May 5-7, to see how MNL – through its programs, services and advocacy – is working to support municipalities across the province.